week at the creek

•July 22, 2015 • 3 Comments

delicious words

•July 11, 2015 • Leave a Comment

So I taped a magazine photo into my physical journal (as opposed to this digital one) this morning, and grooved on the photo of food so much that I was inspired to write down a list of everything in the photo. I found the process of simply writing those words to be as good as having that pile of deliciousness in front of me, ready to cook.

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And you’d imagine my pleasure when six hours later, I read my favorite food columnist Jean Sanders’ ‘Food Friday’ column from yesterday. She did the same thing! Check it out here.

Mmmmmm!

Celebrated 30 years…

•July 7, 2015 • 6 Comments

…with a boat ride/fishing/takeout crabcakes n’ slaw from #ChesapeakeLanding and enjoyed abundant perch/osprey/birds/humid southerly winds/lotsa tiny rockfish/one wacky little westie, and the sounds/scents of the #ChesapeakeBay. So lucky, and so cool.

Thank Youniverse!!!

4th of July in #Claiborne, MD 2015

•July 4, 2015 • 2 Comments

second day of summer 2015

•June 22, 2015 • Leave a Comment

Overnight, spiders slung thin strands from one bed to the other; I missed one morning in the garden and they’ve surrounded it. I walk out with coffee to birdsong and a muggy breeze. Fuzzy bees silently pollinating on this warm Maryland morning. Zip cheerfully skips around, eager, ready to go.

garden june 22, 2015

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Food Friday: Meet Jean Sanders

•June 12, 2015 • 1 Comment

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Jean pens my absolute favorite weekly column: Food Friday, found in the Talbot and Chestertown Spy online newspapers. If I had the time / talent / connections, I’d be her agent and get her column syndicated nationally – everyone should have access to this! Terrific writing, food ideas, and her links? Yumsters!

Here’s today’s column:   http://talbotspy.org/food-friday-picnic-season/

This evening at Easton Middle School – First Ever Talbot MENTORnament™

•June 5, 2015 • Leave a Comment

Locals! Don’t miss this one!

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The first ever Talbot MENTORnament™ will showcase four teams of adults and four teams of middle school kids competing to answer questions on categories ranging from sports to music to local highlights as the clock ticks down!  Using a fast moving and funny game show format, MENTORnament™ will include Pictionary-type segments and lightning rounds with lots of questions of local interest.

Many of the competitors in this first MENTORnament™ will themselves be mentees or mentors associated with Talbot Mentors, Inc., a local non-profit in its 19th year of matching caring, trustworthy adults with at-risk youngsters in long-term relationships that provide friendship, guidance and role models to the kids.  The event benefits Talbot Mentors.  Audience members can cheer on their favorite adult and middle school teams.  Prizes will be awarded to the teams winning their rounds and to the grand prize winner.  Audience members may also compete to answer trivia questions for prizes during the event.  Snacks and beverages will be available for purchase before, during and after the event.

Tickets will be sold at the door and are $5 for adults and $2 for kids.

Team members from the Easton and St. Michaels middle schools include:

Savion Blake, Taylan Brooks, Randei Collins, Tiffany Garrett, Robby Graham, Norea Johnson, Jade Joyner, Evan Moseley, Leonard Palmer, Josh Payne, Tsiah Rich, Mariah Sanchez, Jermaine Thomas, Tabius Wilson and Taylan Wilson.

Adult team members include: Nancy Andrew, Marla Baines, Bill Brashares, Adam Lynn, Emily Lynn, Gordon Fronk, Kate Mann, Jim Reed, John Schreiner, Gerald Sweeney, Megan Timms, Lenox Trams and Dan Watson.

Questions? Post them in the comment box or call Talbot Mentors at 410-770-5999.

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